Owing to demo fleet upgrades, the following 2019 Royal Enfield demonstrators are now available for sale:
Classic 500cc £4400
Himalayan 410cc (no luggage) £3800
Continental GT 650cc £5500
Interceptor 650cc £5200.
Six now available:
A Royal Enfield has won the Wheels and Waves Punk’s Peak sprint (Modern Class).
After the debut of “Lockstock” at last year's Wheels and Waves in Biarritz, the Royal Enfield Twins made a comeback as “2 Smoking Barrels” this year with a special Royal Enfield Custom.
All 2019 Royal Enfield models will be on display at the Royston & District Motorcycle Club Show, this coming Wednesday, 19th June 2019, 6.30pm onwards:
Continental GT 650cc
Venue: Eternit Social Club Site, Meldreth, Royston, Cambridgeshire SG8 5RL
We are now accepting orders for the Royal Enfield Bullet Trials Works Replica 500cc.
Price confirmed by the factory at £4,699 on the road.
Available for UK-wide delivery from August 2019 onwards.
Accessories available at additional cost:
Call Stan on 01223 276128 (Tuesday to Saturday).
Gordon May called in at Haywards Royal Enfield on the way to the start point of his latest expedition - riding a 1952 Royal Enfield 500 Twin 15,000+ miles from Nordkapp, Norway, 600 miles north of the Arctic Circle, to Cape Town, South Africa.
Follow his progress on https://www.instagram.com/gordongmay/
A distance of over 15,000 miles from Manchester, UK, to Cape Town, South Africa, via Nordkapp, Norway. A challenge for most vehicles, but for an antiquated 1952 classic British motorcycle...?
Royal Enfield Books publisher Gordon May is about to embark on his longest ride to date: "UK to South Africa via Nordkapp, Norway", on a Royal Enfield 500cc Twin, first registered in Scotland in 1952, a model which he describes as "the smoothest parallel twin of its era... a simple 1950's British push-rod twin that's happy to cruise all day long at 50mph".